Q: Find the area of a square if a side measures 12 inches?

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Area = 40 * 14 = 560 square inches.

4 inches x 4 inches = 16 square inches

The area of rectangle is : 184.0

Area is measured by doing base times height. So we would take 12 x 9, and get an answer of 108. So the area is 108 square inches.

A radius is used to measure a circle; squares do not have a radius, they would be measured by a side. If a square has a side that measures 6 inches, then it's area is 36 square inches. Note that without a unit of measurement (inches, or whatever it is) you do not have a meaningful answer.

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Perimeter = 100 inches Area = 600 square inches

A square with a side length of 6 inches has an area of 36 square inches.

Cubic inches measures volume. Square inches measures area. Therefore, you can not compare the two. It is like comparing feet and cups.

It is: 7*7 = 49 square inches

Its area is one hundred forty four square inches.

The question makes no sense. Square feet measures area. Inches measures length. There are, however, 7.76 square feet in in 1118 square inches. (Divide by 12x12.)

Area = 40 * 14 = 560 square inches.

54 square inches.

4 inches x 4 inches = 16 square inches

There is no such thing as a square whose length and width are different.

There are 61.1 square feet in an area that measures 66x100 inches.

40" * 14" = 560 square inches.